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== Background and Identification ==
 
Eight years after their first flexible screen prototype was introduced, [https://www.samsung.com/global/galaxy/|Samsung] finally announced their first consumer-ready folding phone, the Galaxy Fold. Sporting two screens, a total of six cameras, 12 GB of RAM, and priced at a whopping $1,980, it was certainly an ambitious entrance into the nascent folding smartphone category. Marketed as a premium luxury device, the Fold is availablewas initially available in a variety of customizable color combinations including Martian Green, Gold, and Astro Blue. After the recall, it is only available in Space Silver and Cosmos Black. The Fold ships with Android 9.0 (Pie).
Eight years after their first flexible screen prototype was introduced, [https://www.samsung.com/global/galaxy/|Samsung] finally announced their first consumer-ready folding phone, the Galaxy Fold. Sporting two screens, a total of six cameras, 12 GB of RAM, and priced at a whopping $1,980, it was certainly an ambitious entrance into the nascent folding smartphone category. Marketed as a premium luxury device, the Fold is availablewas initially available in a variety of customizable color combinations including Martian Green, Gold, and Astro Blue. After the recall, it is only available in Space Silver and Cosmos Black. The Fold ships with Android 9.0 (Pie).
 
The Samsung Galaxy Fold was announced in February of 2019 with the [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S10|Galaxy S10|new_window=true]] devices, and was intended to launch on April 26th, 2019 but was delayed after [https://ifixit.org/blog/16025/galaxy-fold-failure-causes/|durability concerns] surfaced among review units. The

Months later, Samsung came forward and announced that they had [https://www.theverge.com/2019/9/5/20850693/samsung-galaxy-fold-hands-on-ifa-2019-fixed-display-hinge|made some improvements to the Fold]: extending the protective layer over the inner screen all the way to the bezels; adding layers of metal the backside of the inner screen to make it more durable; and adding plastic protection caps to gaps between the screen and the bezel in the middle of the inner screen where it folds. They also launched a campaign called [https://youtu.be/VVUg4jjvX1A|Caring For Your Galaxy Fold] in which they advise users to use “a light touch” when interacting with the fragile inner screen. By the end of September 2019,
Fold ships with Android 9.0 (Pie)units were shipping around the world.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold was announced in February of 2019 with the [[Topic:Samsung Galaxy S10|Galaxy S10|new_window=true]] devices, and was intended to launch on April 26th, 2019 but was delayed after [https://ifixit.org/blog/16025/galaxy-fold-failure-causes/|durability concerns] surfaced among review units. The

Months later, Samsung came forward and announced that they had [https://www.theverge.com/2019/9/5/20850693/samsung-galaxy-fold-hands-on-ifa-2019-fixed-display-hinge|made some improvements to the Fold]: extending the protective layer over the inner screen all the way to the bezels; adding layers of metal the backside of the inner screen to make it more durable; and adding plastic protection caps to gaps between the screen and the bezel in the middle of the inner screen where it folds. They also launched a campaign called [https://youtu.be/VVUg4jjvX1A|Caring For Your Galaxy Fold] in which they advise users to use “a light touch” when interacting with the fragile inner screen. By the end of September 2019,
Fold ships with Android 9.0 (Pie)units were shipping around the world.
 
== Technical Specifications ==
'''Battery:'''
 
* LTE modemodel:
* LTE modemodel:
** 4380 mAh (typical) dual battery
* 5G model:

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